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I have the 94 in my sig and the injection pump is startin to give out on me. My question is can I put a 180 or 215 pump in its place? i got the 160 pump now and figure they are all relatively the same price from what i've seen, so why not upgrade right? haha And whats all involved in doing this? Thanks guys- Andrew.
1994 CTD 4x4: 4" full exhaust Auto 370's 16 timing built injection pump #6 plate 3000gsk levelin kit 36's
It will bolt right up. There might be a different core charge if you are buying a 215 pump with a 160 core.
2001 FORD F-550 4x4 Crew Cab Cummins project truck.
2006 FORD F-350 6.0 auto Service Truck 4" exhaust, SCT tuned. 250 gallon fuel, Welder, air compressor, and all necessary tools to keep a 5k acre farm and construction company up and running -going back to a flatbed
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i would get a 180 pump... 215s start retarding timing over 2500rpm
which is fine unless you plan on a gsk... then you wont get your max performance from the 215... but if your goin for power your more than likely gonna get bigger dv's so who cares what a stock pump has an i right?
CATSTACKS, please do some reading up on the P7100 and RQVK gov before spitting out incorrect information!
rack travel is not directly related to rpms...
As stated above, the retard notched plungers (in the 215hp pumps) reduce timing in relation to the rack travel. Thus depending on your setup you could hit full rack travel just off idle and carry it all the way to defueling. Or.... because of the joys of a lean burn engine, you could spin the engine up to 3100rpm (appx full defuel for stock gov) with nothing more than a few mm of rack travel.
What you are 'feeling' around 2500rpm is the stock gov setup. The stock setup starts pulling fuel in the mid 2k's (slightly different depending on year/pump)
2007 Laramie 3500, 4.5" RevTek, 35x12.5 ProComp MTRs, buckstop front+rear, bullydog TD, BD RFI intake, Lightforce 140s in the bumper, 240HIDs up top
1997 SLT 2500, 5.5" fabtech, 36x13.5 IROKs, 5x12s, s300, 4kgsk, inj pump FUBAR
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